Thanks Record Collector Magazine for this great review of the recent London tour finale. "Mesmerising!" Look forward to bringing the show to the West Coast this year.
Robin has been nominated for 'Best Guitar Solo', so if you want to vote, click here: [ Link ]

Wrinkly Rockers Club | 2016 WRC Awards
Thanks to Blues in Britain for this psychedelic revue of Robin's recent London show - "The maestro gave a showcase of ageless guitar trio mastery."
here's anotahear SoCal date.....

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We have just been told that tickets for the Wiltern are going on sale in two days.
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Robin Trower at The Wiltern on May 21, 2017
Thanks Classic Rock Magazine (Nov issue - Tony Iommi cover) for including Robin's solo on 'Too Rolling Stoned' in their '100 Greatest Guitar Solo's' at a very credible No.59. What's your favourite Robin solo?
I have posted the confirmed city list for the 2017 US tour over on TrowerPower. I will add the venues next week.
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Tour Info | Robin Trower |
"Everything about tonight is a reminder of a bygone era. From the venue – a good old fashioned town hall with a cranked-up PA and ridiculous volume levels – to the whippersnapper support band Stevie Nimmo and a frisky London crowd, this feels like a flashback to how things used to be." Robin Trower's Islington Assembly Hall concert, reviewed by Get Ready To Rock.
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Amazing photo by Laurence Harvey from last night's London show. The UK tour finishes tonight in Brighton. Thanks for all your support!
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Live in London 'Confessing Midnight' + 'Daydream'
Filmed from the very back of the balcony as the volume at the sound desk wiped out the phone mic!
Finally the tour reaches London. Looking forward to tonight!
A few tickets available at Islington Assembly Hall
Photo: Adam Kennedy
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Robin talks about how his guitar technique has evolved on his recent albums, particularly on 'Where You Are Going To', with a 'crying' bending sound, which - he says - keeps him interested! Experience it on Tuesday in London Islington Assembly Hall or tour finale at Brighton Concorde 2
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Here's a new review of Robin's UK show, with Stevie Nimmo in support. "How he can make a guitar sound so emotional, only he knows. Indeed, rather than wondering how he does it, just be glad he does."
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ROBIN TROWER, Stevie Nimmo Trio @Assembly, Leamington 15/10/16 - MaximumVolumeMusic
"The Live Rooms was packed to near capacity and the assembled throng were treated to the trademark Robin Trower guitar fireworks, in the company of his rhythm section of Richard Watts (bass and vocals) and Christopher Taggart (drums), the vocals on the evening handled by Trower himself on the new material, and Watts handling most of the older songs." More from Chester Chronicle:
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Review: Robin Trower at The Live Rooms, Chester
Another cracking review of the UK tour. Next show tomorrow in Frome The Cheese and Grain
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Robin Trower at Sage Gateshead in Gateshead, UK
Robin Trower's London headline show at Islington Assembly Hall on his 'Where You Are Going To' tour. Show features many favourite classics and has been receiving glowing reviews:
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Support from Stevie Nimmo promoting his 'Sky Won't Fall' album
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London 2016 Headline Show

"Outstanding is an often overused term" reports PlanetMosh "..there is hardly an adjective more fitting on this evidence. Robin Trower takes the stage and immediately cranks up the energy with Too Rolling Stoned from the landmark 1974 Bridge of Sighs album"
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Robin Trower Plus Special Guests, The Steve Nimmo Trio at The Chester Live Rooms - PlanetMosh
Robin's UK Tour reviewed by Graham Rhodes:
"British guitar legend Robin Trower returned to The Live Rooms in Chester, following a gig last April supporting his “Something's About To Change” release; this time with new album, “Where Are You Going To” recently out. Like that evening, the current release was sparingly featured in favour of a crowd-pleasing selection of the man's 1970s classics...
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Can you show us how to play 'Daydream' Robin? His UK tour continues here: [ Link ]